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Home 10 |Making memories together in a shared living space

Life gets busy, deadlines pile up and before you know it, another week has flown by. For these three, it didn’t take much discussion to decide that their living room needed to be the antithesis of life beyond their shared apartment. This is a space for connection: home to inspiring imagery, inviting textiles and – most importantly – endless restorative giggle sessions.

Multipurpose furniture to move with the mood

Their living room wears many hats. This afternoon, the scene of a sophisticated high tea. Last night? A spontaneous, lively dance party. Flexible, multipurpose furniture like trolleys and smaller tables play a big role in making it so easy to move from one activity to another.

An installation of us

When they combined their homes, their possessions revealed more similarities than differences. Firm believers that more is more, they’ve displayed their shared love of literature, nature and car boot market treasures in the living room. More precious, delicate pieces live in glass cabinets, protected from dust and unruly elbows.

Living together beautifully

Combining households? IKEA interior designer Hans Blomquist has some tips to share when it comes to making an attractive, cohesive shared space by mixing, matching and finding common ground.

An art gallery where you least expect it

While sparse, minimalist walls have their place, this home is certainly not it. Prints and paintings tell a story across this home, making use of all spaces - even more unconventional spots like under the window and above doorways. The result is an explosion of colour, meaning and life. Just wonderful.

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